Beauty

More and more businesses are understanding the importance of giving back to people and the planet. Katie Roberts looks at labels that share.

Nutritionist Lola Berry says there are many foods that nourish the skin, hair and nails, and including them in your diet is a sure-fire way of giving your beauty regime a boost.

Your eyes are truly the windows to your soul: look after yours well with safe, natural, eco-friendly products, writes Beauty Editor Lisa Tristram.

Air-conditioning, excess sun and salt water, and harsh chemicals in skincare products can all strip your skin of much-needed moisture. Nina Stephenson has the answers.

Many essential oils possess ant-ageing properties that can work wonders on skin. Naturopath Amina Eastham-Hillier has the scoop.

Bee venom is the latest buzz in skin care, with the Duchess of Cambridge reported to be a devotee. Naturopath Teresa Mitchell-Paterson reports.

Natural products are taking over the beauty world, as we become increasingly aware of what we put on our bodies. Charmaine Yabsley speaks to four women leading the way.

Nourished Life founder Irene Falcone on why choosing natural skincare products is so important for your health and beauty, and for the environment.

Those yukky dark under-eye circles have a nasty way of making us look tired – and old. Naturopath Teresa Mitchell-Paterson can help.

Model, TV Presenter and Natural Instinct Ambassador, Laura Dundovic shares her top tips on how to achieve naturally healthy hair this summer.

Lack of sleep really does make you less attractive, according to scientists studying the "negative effects of restricted sleep on facial appearance and social appeal".

During the Ming Dynasty, pearl powder was prized for making skin glow; fast forward to 2017, and beauty secrets from Japan, Taiwan and China are all in the news, says Lisa Tristram.

Looking for basics on a budget? Look no further than Katie Roberts' green and ethically-minded picks.

Making your own soap is incredibly gratifying. It is lovely knowing that each time you have a shower or bath the lathery bar is filled with herbs and flowers of your choosing.

What you put in and on your skin can dramatically change the way you look (not to mention how you feel). Nutritionist Diana Robinson reports.